Real Aid Summer Fayre To Raise Awareness Of Work Done In East Yorkshire

One of the region’s most worthwhile charities is running a family fun day later this month to increase awareness of the vital job it does in East Yorkshire.

supports local groups and families who find themselves in hardship and poverty. This is especially poignant today, given the harsh economic climate.

The charity is running a Summer Fayre and Teddy Bears Picnic at on Sunday 29 July, from 11am-4pm.

The aim is to raise the profile of and let know why they are such a worthwhile charity to support because of the work they do across East Yorkshire.

The day will include a whole host of events for all ages. As well as the Teddy Bears picnic, a treasure hunt and lots of other games, there are already 45 craft stalls booked.

There will also be fun dog show – organised by Dog Training Club – and there will be refreshments, a barbecue, a bouncy castle and face paintings, while The Shivna Irish Dancers and local singer will also be performing.

The day will be opened by crier Michael Woods.

A spokesman for the event said: “We are hoping to raise much-needed funds and enjoy a great family day out.

“We have been so very fortunate to have had the support of so many local and businesses with this event and we hope that if this is a successful day we will put it as a regular feature on Real Aids fundraising calendar.”

For more information please go to www.realaid.org.uk and follow the link.



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  1. You are absolutely right David my typing error East Yorkshire Town Crier
    Thanks for the mention Hope to be a fantastic day supporting Real Aid’s local projects FREE ENTRY

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